Hacker Leaks 1.5 Million Profiles After ESEA Refuse To Pay $100,000

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By GaryOPA on Jan 9, 2017 at 8:47 PM
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    The ESEA is an eSports community that runs a popular online Counter-Strike league.

    In late December, its security got breached in a big way. Now the details of that breach are coming to light, with 1.5 million users affected after the ESEA refused to pay a hacker $100,000
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    More bad news for Counter-Strike eSports players, first 'gambling' was banned, then more recently leagues have been shutdown by their owners after Players formed their own union for better pay and sponsorship contracts, and now one of the top community sites have had all their members personal details leaked online, with lots of personal info, including cell phone numbers and private text messages. :(
    So be warned if you were an ESEA member at one time or still are, all your data is now out there for phishing scammers to use on you!

    NEWS SOURCE: Hacker Leaks 1.5 Million Profiles From Game Site After They Refuse To Pay $100,000 (via) Kotaku
     

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